I wouldn't necessarily recommend coming here for the food, but it is a very good option for large groups. The Viking kitsch is almost overwhelming. A lot of wood, dark wood, fish tanks which I thought was truly bizarre in the scheme and theme of things, Viking "stuff" and collections everywhere. It's worth a stop to see it all, and many people do come in just to take pictures.
I dined on the fish & chips as I've had whale and shark before and was looking for something a bit more 'normal.' I expected better as I was told the fish was fresh. It wasn't great, but the blueberry cake for dessert wasn't half bad. The local tap brew was quite good and iced cold.
The wait staff dresses in simple Viking garb, and there's one Viking gent, Oliver, who roams around singing ancient tunes while tapping his battleaxe. It's kitschy fun, but if you're on a budget, either forget it or get a beer and an appetizer to share - the food is very expensive.
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